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Princess Jellyfish's Akiko Higashimura to Launch Color Web Manga

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Gisō Furin manga begins with "forbidden encounter" on plane on Saturday

Web manga site XOY announced on Thursday that Akiko Higashimura will launch a new weekly manga titled Gisō Furin (Disguised Adultery) on the site on Saturday. The manga will be in color. The chapter on Saturday will be a prologue, with the first regular chapter arriving on December 23.

The manga's story begins when the protagonist goes vacationing abroad after tiring of dating, and has a "forbidden encounter" with a handsome man on the plane.

Higashimura recently ended her Tokyo Tarareba Girls and Princess Jellyfish manga in April and August earlier this year, respectively.

Tokyo Tarareba Girls inspired a live-action television series that premiered on January 18 and ended on March 22. Kodansha Comics is releasing the manga digitally in English.

Crunchyroll published the Princess Jellyfish manga digitally and Kodansha Comics debuted the series in English in print in February 2016. The manga inspired a 2010 television anime series that Funimation released in North America and a 2014 live-action film. The manga was nominated for an Eisner Award this year. The manga is inspiring a new live-action series in January.

Source: Comic Natalie


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